Essential Skill Upgrade for Software Companies - DevOps Prgram for College Graduates

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8 Hours DevOps Crash Course for Fresh minds from Colleges

Modules - Tools Briefing





Starter Kit

Test Module

Comparison with Others

Planning and Project Management Jira Slides+Web Demo only YES YES YES
Source Code Management Git using Github Slides+Web Demo only YES YES YES
Source Code Quality Management SonarQube Slides+Web Demo only YES YES YES
Build Management Maven Slides+Web Demo only YES YES YES
Repostory Management Nexus Slides+Web Demo only YES YES YES
Unit Test Case Junit Slides+Web Demo only YES YES YES
Continous Integration Jenkins Slides+Web Demo only YES YES YES
Code Coverage Jacoco Slides+Web Demo only YES YES YES
Acceptance Testing Selenium Slides+Web Demo only YES YES YES
Configuration Management Chef Slides+Web Demo only YES YES YES
Montoring Tools Nagios Slides+Web Demo only YES YES YES
Platform AWS (Cloud) Slides+Web Demo only YES YES YES
Continous Integration Jenkins Slides+Web Demo & LAB YES YES YES
Containerization Docker Slides+Web Demo YES YES YES


Time Tabels & Agenda


Day 1 : Time Theme Mode
09:30 AM - 11:15 AM 1. Philosophy of DevOps
2. Terminologies used (CI, CD, …)
3. Importance of DevOps
4. Methodologies Overview
Discussion & Quiz
11:15 AM - 11:30 M BREAK  
11:30 AM - 01:00 PM 1. Overview of DevOps Tools
2. Pros & Cons of each tool / combination of tools
3. Side-by-Side comparison on different tools (Refer the sample table on next sheet for more details)
4. Discuss the tools-stack of popular companies, like Facebook, Twitter, Uber, Netflix, etc.
01:00 PM - 02:00 PM LUNCH  
02:00 PM - 03:30 PM 1. Case Study 1: Thick Client migration to DevOps
2. Case Study 2: Web Client migration to DevOps
3. "Then" vs "Now" comparison on various critical parameters like SCM, Build & Release Cycles, TAT, Containers & Micro-services, Architecture, Size etc. for the 2 Case Studies
4. Getting started with DevOps: What are the first steps to adopting DevOps? (Brief Overview)
Discussion & Quiz
03:30 PM - 03:45 PM BREAK  
03:45 PM - 06:30 PM 1. Participants should be able to actually create an application that they can see in the browser
2. They should update some parameters through code, to see the impact in the browser
3. Facilitator should be able to link the steps in the hands-on to the learning & concepts covered during the day
Demo & Lab
  Conclude with All Tools Integrations and Solving one software project problem statement.  

Who should enroll?

This course is a foundation to anyone who aspires to become a DevOps Engineer, a Service Engineer in the field of Enterprise Infrastructures. The following professionals are the key beneficiaries of this course:

  1. DevOps Engineer
  2. Build and Release Engineer
  3. Technical Project Manager
  4. CEO, COO, CTO
  5. AppOps Engineer
  6. Site Reliability Engineer
  7. Software Architect
  8. Operations Engineer
  9. Automation Engineer

Course Objective

After the completion of DevOps course at DevOpsCo, you will be able to:After the completion of DevOps course at DevOpsSchool, you will be able to:

  1. Understand the need for DevOps and the problems it resolves.
  2. Explore the DevOps background, approach, and best practices
  3. Integrate test automation with DevOps
  4. Implement continuous testing
  5. Learn how DevOps practices and principles improve software quality and efficiency
  6. Understand the differences between DevOps and traditional operational methodologies
  7. Discover the major steps required to successfully implement delivery pipelines
  8. Learn about the common Infrastructure Servers, Scalability and Availability
  9. Implement Automated Installations and Deployments
  10. Understand Performance and basic Security for Infrastructure
  11. Implement Virtualization Concepts
  12. Understand the need and concepts of Monitoring and Logging
  13. Understand the Continuous Integration and Deployment (CI/CD)
  14. Learn various DevOps tools Docker, Chef, Jenkins, Git, etc

Why to Learn DevOps?

  1. Technical benefits: Continuous software delivery
  2. Technical benefits: Less complex problems to fix
  3. Technical benefits: Faster resolution of problems
  4. Business benefits: Faster delivery of features
  5. Business benefits: More stable operating environments
  6. Business benefits: More time available to add value (rather than fix/maintain)